Trooper notches 30-year milestoneFebruary 13, 2020
From Local Sources
JASPER — A member of the Indiana State Police at the Jasper Post is being recognized for reaching a service milestone.
Sgt. Dan Gress recently received a framed certificate and longevity pin from Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter for surpassing 30 years of service with the state police.
Gress is a native of Dubois County, having grown up in Ireland. He graduated from Jasper High School in 1984 and he attended Indiana University from 1984 to 1988, graduating with a bachelor of science degree.
Upon his graduation from the 48th ISP Recruit School in November 1989, Gress was assigned to the Lafayette Post where he served as a road trooper until ultimately transferring to the Jasper Post in 1992. Gress was then promoted to his current position as a polygraph examiner in 1995.
Gress resides in the Evansville area with his wife and enjoys spending time with their four children.
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